NASCAR Predictions & Expert Picks
AAA 400 at Dover, Odds and Predictions
by Tony Sink - 9/26/2014
The first elimination race will be held at Dover International Speedway, which is a one-mile concrete oval with a lot of banking in the corners also known as the Monster Mile. The last five Chase spots are going to be up for grabs as all of the drivers from eighth to sixteenth are all within twelve points of each other. A mistake on the track or on pit road will end the season for a driver, so all of the drivers who are in the eighth thru sixteenth positions will be on edge this weekend. Having a car that handles well will be important this week. Teams that set their cars up to turn in all four corners will dominate the race. The cream usually rises to the top at Dover, so focus on selecting a Chase driver to win it this week.
Sylvania 300, Odds and Predictions
by Josh Schonwald - 9/20/2014
The Cup Series raced at New Hampshire just two months ago. Kyle Busch won the pole and led 62 laps on his way to a second-place finish. Kevin Harvick ran up front but ran out of gas with only three laps left in the race. Brad Keselowski took the lead on the restart and won his third race of the season. Keselowski also won the Nationwide race at New Hampshire that weekend.
Federated Auto Parts 400, Odds and Predictions
by Tony Sink - 9/5/2014
NASCAR teams will use different strategies in this race, depending on their position in the standings. Some teams will play it safe because they have a good chance to make it into the Chase on points (Greg Biffle and Ryan Newman). Other teams will take any risk possible because they need the win to advance to the playoffs (Clint Bowyer, Kyle Larson, Austin Dillon, Tony Stewart, Marcos Ambrose, Paul Menard and Jamie McMurray).
Oral-B USA 500, Odds and Predictions
by Josh Schonwald - 8/29/2014
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series only visits Atlanta Motor Speedway once during the season. Atlanta brings back an old-school type of racing. Darlington seems to be the track most similar to Atlanta. Not because of the size, but because you have to run right against the fence. We’ll also throw in Fontana and Texas with those tracks as they’re worn out and more similar in size. The surface eats up tires and has multiple grooves. Drivers are forced to move around and find the groove that works best for their car. The teams who can do this will run up front Sunday night.
Irwin Tools Race at Bristol, Odds and Predictions
by Tony Sink - 8/23/2014
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Bristol, Tennessee, this week for the Irwin Tools Night Race. Few events can put the buzz back into the sport more than the Night Race at Bristol, one of the most anticipated races of the year. The electricity of the fans at Bristol is like no other track. The race is always very entertaining from start to finish and this track has given fans some of the best finishes in NASCAR history.
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